This episode features fitness junkie, Zinhle Masango from Johannesburg, South Africa
Zinhle is 27 and a Certified Athletic Nutritionist. She placed 2nd at the PCA South African Championships where she qualified to represent South Africa in the United Kingdom. She is the Founder of Fitness Junkie Health Services, an Online Fitness Coach, an Influencer and Brand Ambassador for Evox Nutrition,
This episode is a free consultation on how to get back to shape and transform your body to levels you've never thought possible before. We talk about the importance of sleep, nutrition and an unrelenting dedication to one course, fitness.
Insta : @zee_fitnessjunkie

This Episode features 26 year old Mikisha Rajpal from Springs in Johannesburg, South Africa.


In the episode Mikisha talks about her visits to New York and the Dubai Mall, the biggest shopping experience in the world. We talk about what it means to be young and African, her hopes for the continent and explore her general outlook on the difference between South Africa and the rest of the world. We talk movies (The Shack) and TV (Big Bang Theory and Friends). If you like relaxed conversations, this one is for you.

Press play to listen to Mikisha's take on life. You can connect with her on the following social media sites.

Twitter - @Mikisha2507

Instagram - mikisha250

This episode features Bayadir Mohamed-Osman, Spoken Word Artist, Student, Justice and Public Health Advocate, and political activist born in Sudan and raised in America.


In the episode Bayadir talks about the current political landscape in Sudan, life is America for a Black Muslim Sudanese American and her love of poetry. She was born in Sudan and raised and studied in the USA.

You can connect with Bayadir on the following channels;

LinkedIn -

Twitter - @bayadir_

#kassala #sudan



This episode features musician and budding entrepreneur, Swabib. 

When he realized that his dreams wouldn't be possible in Niger, Swabib left for China in search of greener pastures. In this episode he talks to us about life in China, his hopes and dreams for the future, how does he plan to be the richest man in Niger and possibly Africa? He has lived in China for over 6 years. What's his advice for those who want to follow in his footsteps?

You can connect with Swabib through the following links on the different social media platforms

Twitter - @swabib_official

Instagram - swabib_officiel

Anisa Mazimpaka – SABC 1’s One Day Leader 7 contestant, Social Justice Activist, #feesmustfall fighter and Public Policy and African Studies Postgraduate Student.

As Rwanda marks 25 years since the genocide, we speak to one of her displaced daughters. After moving to South Africa in 1996 as a refugee, Anisa is now a social justice activist and advocate of the #feesmustfall movement which saw institutions of higher learning grinding to a halt as students demanded reform on tuition fees.

In this episode she talks about the impact of having been born a the height of the genocide, we explore her views on challenges with political leadership on the continent, the need for educational reform and the reasons for her participation in a reality show on the South African Broadcasting Corporation TV Channel SABC 1, One Day Leader.
She is young, willing to lead from the front and eager to positively contribute towards transforming social, economic and political issues on the continent.
Instagram @anisamazimpaka ; Twitter  @anisa_mazimpaka

#DaughteroftheSoil #1000africanvoices #rwanda #feesmustfall

Nassim is a Marketing & Communication expert from Mourad Didouche, Algiers Province, Algeria. He has over 10 years’ experience in FMCG and is a certified trainer with People Development capabilities, Art & Cultural event management skills.

He currently works for WeShake Agency as a Marketing Consultant and has a Masters Degree in Communication and Media Studies from Universite Paris 8. He describes himself as an expert in Marketing & Brand Management, an Artseeker and a Globetrotter. He has worked with various organisations on long-term brand strategy and is very passionate about travelling.

In this episode Nassim talks about politics, food, music and his wish to travel around sub-Saharan Africa. What a delightful conversation.

You can connect with Nassim Herkart on; Facebook -, Twitter–; Instagram @nassim_herkart, LinkedIn

 #1000africanvoices #Algeria

Doris Mollel is the Founder & Executive Director at Doris Mollel Foundation, an initiative to support the born too soon in Tanzania, former beauty queen and a 900 gram premature which drove her passion in advocating and saving the born too soon like her through her foundation.

She holds a BA in Politics and Management of Social Development, Post Graduate Diploma in Management of Foreign Relations, YALI East Africa Alumni, and UN Women Empower Women Champion for change 2016/2017.

Doris believes in creating a world where Humanity is key to life and everyone in it understands the beauty of it. She Leads her team to ensure the foundation’s goal of reducing births and deaths of the born too soon is achieved, she knows that being born too soon is the leading cause of death for new-borns in the world and in her country

You can connect with Doris Mollel on; Facebook -

Instagram – dorismollel;

 #1000africanvoices #Tanzania

Marjo Lagah-Bona is a Sierra Leonean-American dancer and choreographer who combines dance from across the continent. She is the founder and CEO of Cocorobics Workshop.

She has been performing African inspired dance moves worldwide for over ten years with and has worked with Emerson, Davido, Wizkid, Mumtaz, Big Joe, Friday the Cellphone Man, Timaya and Olamide, among others. In 2014, she featured as a lead dancer in Davido’s ‘Naughty Video’. In 2016 and 2018, she performed live with Wizkid in the USA. In 2018 also, she performed live with Olamide in the US.

You can connect with Marjo Lagah-Bona on; Facebook -

Instagram – cocolateluv; Twitter – @MarjoBona;

 #1000africanvoices #sierraleone



This Episode features Vickie Remoe from Sierra Leone, a writer, TV Producer and MD. 

Vickie currently lives in Ghana and travels between Accra and Freetown, Sierra Leone often. She describes her TV show, The Vickie Remoe Show as a cross between ‘The Oprah Show’ and Anthony Bourdain’s ‘Parts Unknown’ with a clear and direct focus on African business and travel. She is the Managing Director at VRC Marketing Company. Ms. Remoe holds a B.A. in Political Science from Haverford College and an M.S. Degree in Broadcast Journalism from Columbia University. We talk poetry, work, music and touch on the history of her country of birth.

You can connect with Vickie on;

Instagram - vickieremoe; Twitter - @vickieremoe;

#1000africanvoices #sierraleone

This Episode features Manqoba Zungu, Co-Founder and CEO of GetReadySkills and the Head of Business Development and Strategy at SoluGrowth Pty Ltd.

Manqoba kicks off our conversation by declaring that he loves people. Join us as we unpack this bold assertion. What exactly does he mean?

In this episode Manqoba helps us answer the following questions;

What is the role of education in the new world?

What future does he see for South Africa and the continent at large?

You can connect with Manqoba through the following channels;

Twitter - @LindaManqoba


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